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DMCA Takedown Scandal, Part Two

December 20th, 2009 12:11 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

pmdubs writes “Following up on our earlier discussion, Michael Freedman updates us on experience with dubious DMCA takedown notices. As a result of the publicity his initial post received, the Video Protection Alliance has dropped Nexicon, the company to which they had outsourced infringement detection. In this case, while there may be little legal recourse to issuing invalid DMCA notices, the threat of bad press seems to have reigned in highly questionable practices.”

Source: DMCA Takedown Scandal, Part Two

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